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Emily Haney

A student, writer, and social media aficionado doin' her thang in the Holy City.

Iron & Wine Headline Acoustic Evening at Charleston Music Hall

Iron & Wine Headline Acoustic Evening at Charleston Music Hall

Written by on 2014/02/25 in Reviews, Show Reviews with 0 Comments

It’s a given that any Iron and Wine show is going to be fantastic; heart wrenching, hilarious, and heartwarming all at the same time. Ten minutes before the show started, I found out that The Secret Sisters of Muscle Shoals, AL were gearing up to open for Chapin born and bred master heartstring puller Sam […]

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[Show Journal] A Night at the Music Farm with Built To Spill

[Show Journal] A Night at the Music Farm with Built To Spill

Written by on 2013/11/06 in Show Journal, Show Reviews with 0 Comments

Last Tuesday Built To Spill played at downtown Charleston’s Music Farm with support from Genders and Slam Dunk. Genders started out with a bang, bringing their Portland-based rock and roll sound to the Holy City. I’m usually pretty skeptical about opening bands, but Genders far exceeded my expectations. They sound a bit progressive, but there’s […]

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[Softcore Sessions] Rachel Kate – This Institution

Written by on 2013/10/08 in Softcore Sessions with 0 Comments

I first heard of Rachel Kate when the College of Charleston posted a Soundcloud link to her song “This Institution” on their Facebook page in 2011, and ever since I’ve been keeping tabs on her musical goings on around town. Growing up she was very involved in school and played an active role in her […]

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[Show Journal] Fun.’s Most Nights Tour in Charleston

[Show Journal] Fun.’s Most Nights Tour in Charleston

Written by on 2013/10/02 in Show Journal with 1 Comment

Let me tell you, Fun. never disappoints with their live show. From seeing them open for Panic! At The Disco in 2011, at the Tabernacle earlier this year, and then again at the Family Circle Cup ion Daniel Island last Tuesday, I always leave the venue beyond satisfied. Tegan and Sara have been opening for […]

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[Album Review] The Civil Wars – The Civil Wars (2013)

[Album Review] The Civil Wars – The Civil Wars (2013)

Written by on 2013/08/08 in Reviews with 0 Comments

After nearly two and a half years, folk/country duo The Civil Wars have released the follow up to their first LP Barton Hollow. Their self-titled record notes a seamless transition from the first album’s romantic, whimsical harmonies and guitar picking to a more angst-ridden, full band encompassed compilation. While Barton Hollow’s tone is overwhelmingly hopeful, […]

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[Show Journal] Local Natives Finally Made it to Charleston

[Show Journal] Local Natives Finally Made it to Charleston

Written by on 2013/06/21 in News, Show Journal, Show Reviews with 0 Comments

I’ve been a fan of the Los Angeles-based indie band Local Natives since their first album Gorilla Manor released in 2010—“Who Knows Who Cares” was my own personal anthem during freshman year of college. So imagine my excitement when I hear that they would be playing at Bonnaroo AND in Charleston within the span of a week. […]

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[Show Preview] Cartel at New Brookland Tavern 5/12/2013

Written by on 2013/05/09 in Concert Previews with 0 Comments

May 12, 2013 New Brookland Tavern, Columbia SC $12, all ages (buy tickets) Doors at 7, Show at 8 Southern grown pop/rock band Cartel is making a stop in Columbia at New Brookland Tavern with support from State Champs and A Brighter Life. Cartel rose to fame with their song “Honestly” off of their 2005 […]

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[Festival Preview] Spring Jam Music Fest in Charleston

[Festival Preview] Spring Jam Music Fest in Charleston

Written by on 2013/03/21 in Concert Previews, News with 0 Comments

March 23 & 24, 2013 11 AM – 7 PM Brittlebank Park Next to Joe Riley Baseball Field Lockwood Dr, Charleston, SC 29403 Ticket Info. This Saturday and Sunday Brittlebank Park in Charleston will be the site of the 2013 Spring Jam Music Fest. Brought to us by 105.5 The Bridge among other local organizations, […]

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[Show Preview] As I Lay Dying and The Devil Wears Prada at the Music Farm

Written by on 2013/03/12 in News with 0 Comments

  WHEN: Thursday, 3/14/2013 Doors at 6:30 WHERE: Music Farm 32 Ann St. Charleston, SC 29403 HOW MUCH: $21 Adv./$24 Doors Get tix. Christian metal bands As I Lay Dying and The Devil Wears Prada have joined forces for the “Marathon Metalcore Tour,” and are stopping in Charleston with support from For Today and The Chariot. […]

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[Show Journal] Grace Potter and the Nocturnals at Music Farm, aka the Best Valentine’s Day Ever

[Show Journal] Grace Potter and the Nocturnals at Music Farm, aka the Best Valentine’s Day Ever

Written by on 2013/02/22 in Show Reviews with 0 Comments

What did you do on Valentine’s Day? Go out to a nice dinner? See a movie with a hot date? Or did you just sit in front of your television with a few bottles of wine and the cast of Parks and Rec to keep you company? While all of these scenarios sound fantastic, I’m […]

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[Show Preview] Grace Potter and The Nocturnals at Music Farm

Written by on 2013/02/13 in Concert Previews with 0 Comments

WHEN: Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013 Doors at 8 WHERE: Music Farm 32 Ann Street Charleston, SC 29403 SOLD OUT (but don’t give up hope) Grace Potter and The Nocturnals are coming to the Holy City! This rock’n’roll five piece is stopping at the Music Farm on their Roar Tour with support from Futurebirds. The band […]

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[Show Journal] Citizen Cope at the Music Farm

[Show Journal] Citizen Cope at the Music Farm

Written by on 2013/02/12 in Show Reviews with 0 Comments

Clarence Greenwood, more commonly known by his stage name Citizen Cope, played to a sold out audience at the Music Farm this past Saturday. His enthusiastic and energized band perfectly balanced out his calm, cool, and collected demeanor, making for a great night of reggae-alt-soul-pop tunes. Having heard mixed reviews of his live show, I […]

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[Show Preview] Citizen Cope at Music Farm

Written by on 2013/02/06 in Concert Previews with 0 Comments

WHEN: 8 PM Saturday, February 9, 2013 WHERE: Music Farm 32 Ann St. Charleston, SC 29403 HOW MUCH: $25 advanced and at the door Southern born and bred singer-songwriter Clarence Greenwood, more commonly known by his stage moniker Citizen Cope, is stopping in the Holy City on his current winter tour. Greenwood’s eclectic blues/pop/folk sound […]

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[Show Preview] Matt Pond and Co. at Tin Roof

Written by on 2013/01/29 in Concert Previews with 1 Comment

WHEN: Friday, February 1st 2013 @ 8 PM WHERE: Tin Roof West Ashley 1117 Magnolia Rd Charleston, SC 29407 HOW MUCH: $10 adv/$13 doors *This show is 21+ Singer-songwriter Matt Pond of the band Matt Pond PA is preparing to tour in support of his upcoming album The Lives Inside The Lines Of Your Hand, […]

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[Album Review] Dixiana by Southwood

[Album Review] Dixiana by Southwood

Written by on 2013/01/28 in Reviews with 0 Comments

01 Hit It   Dixiana, the follow up to Southwood’s first self-titled EP,holds the essence of modern southern rock while maintaining undertones of blues and folk. They dig even deeper into their roots, past, and hope for the future to produce meaningful lyrics over captivating instrumentals. Their soul comes across even more clearly in the new […]

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